Ian Sin is a managing director in the firm’s Canadian advisory business.
Since joining Evercore, Mr. Sin has advised on transactions across various industries, including Nuvei on its acquisition of Paya; Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan on its acquisition of Mitratech; Petco Health and Wellness on its initial public offering; SunOpta on its capital raise and divestiture of its frozen fruit business; and Canada Colors and Chemicals on the sale of its chemicals distribution business to Brenntag.
Previously, Mr. Sin was an associate in the metals & mining group at BMO Capital Markets, where he worked on several transactions in the precious and base metal sectors, including the hostile defense of Osisko against Goldcorp and its subsequent sale to Agnico-Eagle and Yamana. He started his career as a software engineer at IBM.
Mr. Sin holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (honours) and a Master of Applied Science in computer engineering, with specialization in systems software and computer security, from the University of Toronto and an MBA from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.